"Text-message question headed to Pennsylvania Supreme Court; Cumberland County case could affect how attorneys use e-messages as evidence":
Peter Hall will have this article
Tuesday in The Allentown Morning Call.
"Millions will feel health care ruling's impact":
Tuesday's edition of The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review will contain an article
that begins, "Audrey Joyce and her family will lose health insurance coverage at the end of June, the same month the Supreme Court is expected to issue a landmark decision on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act."
"Setback for U.S. on DOMA":
Lyle Denniston has this post
"Supreme Court decision may help city in lacrosse case":
The Herald-Sun of Durham, North Carolina has a news update
that begins, "An April U.S. Supreme Court ruling bolsters immunity claims from the city and two Durham Police Department detectives who investigated the Duke lacrosse case, lawyers for the city say."
"A Failure of Vigilance":
Today's edition of The New York Times contains an editorial
that begins, "In the trial of Alex Blueford, an Arkansas jury voted him not guilty on charges of capital and first-degree murder, but deadlocked on lesser charges."
"In Appeal To Latinas, Obama Campaign Touts Anniversary Of Sotomayor Appointment":
"Politicker" has this post
"'Cyberbullying' case pushes the limits of publication bans: Our zeal for anti-bullying witch hunts threatens to protect victims at the price of public information."
Emma Teitel has this essay
online today at Macleans.
"Are Republicans Bending On 'Obamacare'?"
Sahil Kapur has this report
"A Judge's Proposal to Curb Prosecutors' Sentencing Power":
Adam Liptak will have this new installment
of his "Sidebar" column in Tuesday's edition of The New York Times.
"The price of war, well-paid":
Law professor G. Edward White
had this op-ed
in yesterday's edition of The Free Lance-Star of Fredericksburg, Virginia.
The newspaper has also published an excerpt from an address delivered by Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. on Memorial Day, May 30, 1895 to the graduating class of Harvard University. According to an accompanying editor's note, the address "so impressed Theodore Roosevelt that it was a factor in his nomination of Holmes to the U.S. Supreme Court."
"Death row inmate's appeal puts Santa Clara County prosecution team on trial":
Howard Mintz has this article
today in The San Jose Mercury News.
"Adam Liptak spoke about Supreme Court decisions remaining for the current term, including two highly publicized cases dealing with the Affordable Care Act and the Arizona immigration law."
Adam Liptak appeared on Sunday morning's broadcast of C-SPAN's "Washington Journal
." You can watch the video online, on-demand by clicking here